Top Five Articles from September: Shareholder Value and Career Coaches
Is shareholder value maximization the best way for a company to achieve sustainable success? Are there other parties who should be taken into account? Anjali Pradhan, CFA, tackles the issue in an interview with Robert Walker of NEI Investments.
Perhaps one reason panglossian market conditions can persist in the age of Twitter and Instagram is that omnipresent social media allow us to edit out anything that vaguely threatens our preferred mindset about stocks, writes Mark Harrison, CFA.
To think about how financial professionals can change the world, Will Ortel advises that you think first about how far we’ve come.
When is it worth hiring your own career coach? And what kind of a coach — “career,” “executive,” “life,” “business,” “branding” — do you need anyway? Julia VanDeren offers the answers.
There are three elements to emotional intelligence, according to Daniel Goleman: mindfulness, empathy, and relationship skills. Developing these attributes is critical to becoming a better investment adviser, reports Matthew Borin.
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